What we've learned
Trip Start Sep 09, 2012
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Our North American roadtrip was a major learning experience. Here a few things that I can recall at this moment that we learned:
A gable is the generally triangular portion of a wall between the edges of a sloping roof.
Newfies have such strong accents due to strong Irish heritage and not much contact with the rest of north america (it really does seem like it's own seperate country).
Touring in the offseason gets you into alot of closed national parks for free.
How a gummy bear factory works.
Atlantic City is nothing like Vegas.
Broadway shows can be bought for cheap.
The longest way to Newfoundland is the cheapest.
How to get a hook out of your hand (taught by some Newfie fishermen).
Ben and Jerry's is Kosher.
Getting lost is a part of life.
How to make Maple Syrup.
The audience of Maury has to work really hard.
How to replace car lights.
How to make chocolate. (Hershey's)
Washington DC is not a state or part of one.
Running over dead raccons is a bad idea.
How to do a proper chocolate tasting.
How gross limburger smells.
Why corn is planted in strange rows.
There is a drive through strip club in the mid-west.
How to eat a lobster and extract the meat from it's legs.
How to break open a crab.
Some Newfie songs.
There is a very italian community in south western Ontario.
If there are rainbow coloured disco balls above the dj booth, you are probably in a gay bar.
There is so much more to discover in Yellowstone National Park.